Ensuring snow leopard survival and conserving mountain landscapes by expanding environmental awareness and sharing innovative practices through community stewardship and partnerships.

  • Reviving Indigenous Practices for Protecting Snow Leopards

    by Darla Hillard The Land of the Snow Leopard (LOSL) Network, now in its third year, is part of a groundbreaking collaboration between Western and Indigenous science. Our goal is to create pathways for Indigenous people to be equal partners in research and planning for conservation of snow leopards. This past September, Rodney, Charleen, and more »

  • Indianapolis Prize Gala 2018

    Conservation’s greatest heroes gathered September 29, for the Indianapolis Prize Gala, celebrating those protecting wild things and wild places! Dr. Rodney Jackson, Founder & Director of the Snow Leopard Conservancy was among the distinguished finalists for this year’s Indianapolis Prize. This was the 5th time he had been selected as one of the prize finalists. more »

  • Tashi R. Ghale selected as a 2018 Disney Conservation Hero

    We would like to congratulate our partner, Wildlife Photographer & Citizen Scientist, Tashi Ghale, who has been selected as a 2018 Disney Conservation Hero. He received the award for his dedication to conservation of Snow Leopards and their habitat in his community! Tashi works with the Conservancy’s Snow Leopard Scout program in Nepal and is more »